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Westerns

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Elmer Bernstein  The Magnificent Seven (Theme)   buy on itunes
Ennio Morricone  The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (The Good the Bad and the Ugly)   buy on itunes
Billy Strange  Bonanza   buy on itunes
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra & Erich Kunzel  William Tell Overture: Finale (Lone Ranger Theme)   buy on itunes
Frankie Laine  Theme from Rawhide   buy on itunes
Frankie Laine  High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me) [Re-Recorded]   buy on itunes
Billy Strange  Hang 'Em High   buy on itunes
Bruce Broughton  Main Theme (From "Silverado")   buy on itunes
Various Artists  The Big Country - Main Title   buy on itunes
Johnny Western  The Ballad of Paladin   buy on itunes
Ennio Morricone  Once Upon a Time In the West (Once Upon a Time In the West)   buy on itunes
John Barry  The John Dunbar Theme   buy on itunes
Marty Robbins  El Paso   buy on itunes
Ennio Morricone  Per un pugno di dollari   buy on itunes
Johnny Cash  The Rebel - Johnny Yuma   buy on itunes
Gene Autry  Back In the Saddle Again   buy on itunes
Sugo Music Artists  The Rifleman   buy on itunes
Mitch Miller  The Yellow Rose of Texas   buy on itunes
Fess Parker  Ballad of Davy Crockett   buy on itunes
Richard Markowitz  Theme (From "The Wild Wild West")   buy on itunes
Ennio Morricone  Per qualche dollaro in più   buy on itunes
John Raitt  Oklahoma! - Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'   buy on itunes
Glen Campbell  True Grit   buy on itunes
Michael Tilson Thomas & San Francisco Symphony  Rodeo: Hoe-Down   buy on itunes

Comment:

The West, particularly the romanticized West of our imagination, Zane Grey novels, and Hollywood cowboy epics, inspired some of our most talented musicians to set themselves a task thorny as a Saguaro cactus: capture that huge and majestic territory in sound. Some, like Elmer Bernstein in "The Magnificent Seven," made it appear even larger than life, while others, such as singing cowboys Gene Autry (in "Back in the Saddle Again") and Roy Rogers (in "Happy Trails"), took the micro view, with the West reduced to a campfire, a sagebrush, and a hot cup of joe after a long day of cattle punching.
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